Speakers also reiterated need to create public awareness about use of iodized salt
for a quality life for themselves and their children.
Executive Coordinator, The Network, Nadeem Iqbal launched a booklet on human health and iodized salt
for media to help understand the gravity of the iodine deficiency disorders.
He suggested displaying of posters at the outlets by large consumers that highlight significance of iodized salt
in daily diet.
WiseGuyReports.com adds "Iodized Salt
Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2023" reports to its database
We cited it in a December 2018 letter to President Duterte, and added the concern by our food industry that there are markets like Japan which will not accept iodized salt
as ingredient in our food exports.
"Since iodine deficiency is the most common cause of goiter in the Philippines, people are advised to use iodized salts
in their meals and to eat food rich in iodine such as dairy products, seafood (shellfish and seaweeds), meats, bread, and eggs," said the DOH.
 A study which was conducted after the initiation of a population-based iodine program in an area with iodine deficiency: Zimmermann et al  examined school children in an area with severe iodine deficiency and found that median thyroid volume significantly reduced in children, 2 years after iodized salt
Sargodha -- Deputy Commissioner Salwat Saeed here Tuesday directed the Punjab Food Authority (PFA) to seal salt manufacturing plants for not preparing iodized salt
. Chairing a meeting of nutritional requirement, she directed the PFA to impose a ban on the sale of unbranded salt, adding that salt ingredients, expiry and manufacturing dates should be mentioned on the packets.
In this regard, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and its attached agencies are providing assistance to private initiatives in producing iodized salt
He said that majority of the population in hilly areas were not consuming iodized salt
because the suppliers supply un-iodized salt to their areas.
In just 10 years, starting in 1990, the percentage of the world population consuming iodized salt
went from 20 percent to 70 percent.